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  1. Well there are more left feet there thn right, so a leftie dog with a leftie owner.
    What else could they expect?

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  2. DITCH THE BITCH!! If that Marxist creature gets
    back in, this country will be totally destroyed;
    Off to work now folks. Have a fantastic day folks.

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  3. Ardern wouldn’t pick a side on the referendum, but for the first time admitted to smoking it, but only a long time ago.

    She promised to declare a climate emergency if elected, something she has only tentatively supported before, and would continue to seek an unspecified resolution at Ihumātao. She backed her Government’s $11m infrastructure spend on Taranaki’s Green School – a decision widely criticised from supporters of her Government.

    I thought she had lost the plot and the evidence is in her words.

    She is financially illiterate .
    Whats worse she may not have smoked pot for a while but there is plenty of talk about other substances.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/122943040/election-2020-jacinda-ardern-fires-up-in-fierce-second-leaders-debate

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  4. Did Julie Anne Genter just state that Maori are the main New Zealanders who illegally grow and sell cannabis? Why yes she did and even worse she thinks that is a good reason why we should make it legal because most criminals who commit this particular crime are Maori!

    https://thebfd.co.nz/2020/09/30/racist-of-the-day/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

    Interesting take on the subject.
    somewhat true but not racially driven but the end result was the same.

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    • 400 cannabis outlets to be opened up and down the country. Oh yay more diversity. //

      Does anyone believe taking advice from JAG is a good idea? 😲

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        • Are cannabis outlets going to be any different from the synthetic cannabis outlets that were closed down for being a magnet for the local flotsum begging for money, abusing and intimidating local shoppers so much they stopped shopping in the vicinity?

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        • Yes, but with people having the munchies from their dope, more food outlets will need to be open.

          Nek minute
          Obesity Epidemic

          I just wish they called over-eating a ‘crisis’ as it is more so than the other crap like occasional warm days being a ‘crisis’

          All together now:-
          Obesity Crisis
          The nuclear moment.

          Lets march for that!
          Oh wait, they cant walk 800 metres.

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  5. “admitted to smoking it, but only a long time ago”
    Yes Viking, but “long time ago” is pretty subjective.
    “I ate a long time ago” = 1 hour in Saggy speak.

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  6. Paddy Gower: “Yes or no answer. . . . .Jacinda Ardern”

    Jacinda Ardern (clears throat, wiggles head, Christ the Redeemer pose): “Blah. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Blah. . . . . . . . . . .BLAH BLAH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BLAH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . blah. . . . . . . . . . . . “

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      • He was actually pretty good, Alice. The entire opening segment was a gift to Ardern, as it was all about managing Covid and she has the inside-running. But he leant on Ardern when she wouldn’t answer, or waffled off on her trademark tangents. And he didn’t make the show all about himself as John Campbell did.
        Paddy is, however, still a dick.

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        • Paddy is a almost-complete dick. But he managed to keep it together for the leaders’ debate.

          Who knows. Maybe Paddy was personally affected by the lockdown – lost a parent or had to miss a wedding for example?

          Words I never, ever thought I would say: “Well done Paddy. Deal to the bitch!!!”

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          • lost a parent
            ??
            In the first wave the 17 people who >perhaps died < of Covid were mainly over 70 years old, (most over 80 ) and principally bought forward their final days by less than 12 months.

            Lets keep it real.
            Three quarters of a million covid tests and 1800 cases with less than 25 deaths.

            If you were not looking for it, you would not see it.
            There are allegedly 55 Maui Dolphins left alive.
            How 'they' know this I do not know.
            But less than half the number of deaths from covid as this small population of dolphins

            Teeny tiny impact – medically.
            Financially – gigantic.
            Don't get fooled by distractions.
            This is the Great Reset.

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            • If there have been 750,000 coronavirus tests performed in NZ, and the false-positive rate is 2%, then we would expect 1,500 positives that are false.
              Remind me again how many positives we have had in this country. It makes you wonder.

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        • The Left are fucking fuming online at Paddy’s performance.
          Apparently he was too hard on Jacinda! (Which I find very hard to believe)
          “That wasn’t fair” “Why was he trying to catch Jacinda out?”
          “Whose side is he on?”etc etc

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          • Oh dear, am I going to have to revise my opinion of Paddy? No, it will never happen but I am glad to hear he didn’t spend the whole show fawning over the toothy bitch.

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    • 28% of 1,000 say Yes. That’s huge. Would’ve thought maybe 2% or 3%. Well, just have to hope it swayed them away from Ardern

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      • But she had her frowny face on most of the time. She should have worn the burqa to really garner the lovies support.

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    • You would hope for greater examination of past performance than watching a televised debate before maiking a voting decision. My response will be based on performance and on that score no component of the current Coalition gets another shot at the Treasury benches.

      They have abused democratic process on more than one occasion, they have just wasted funds taken from taxpayers using Covid-19 as a feeble reason. They have used funds taken from tax payers to bribe the electorate, shamlessly in my view and to a greater extent than I have previously seen. James Shaw has blown his credibility as did all involved in the payment to the Green School.

      They have failed dismally. They need to go. The “Leaders debate” is no basis whatsoever for a decision yet it has assisted by demolishing the myth of the great communicator. More like the great obfuscator.

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  7. Last night Jacinda looked just awful – like an escapee from a concentration camp.

    Gaunt, scruffy hair, dressed like a fitting at the Glenfield Salvation Army charity store.

    IS JACINDA’S NEW BOYFRIEND COUNT DRACULA???

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    • Yes, there was that three way conversation, but it made a good point, would Marama let James by Deputy PM or would there be two?

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  8. Synopsis of the Leaders’ Debate – episode 2

    So I thought I’d do a another quick list of the main take-outs of the #2 in the series of pre-election debates.

    1) The main loser of the night was Bill English and the National Party hierarchy.
    This was the debate we should have had in 2017. Again Collins was noticeably more effective than Jacinda. She was sassy, incisive, funny and looked to be thoroughly enjoying herself. In every way the complete opposite of how Bill English presented in 2017.
    2) Cindy had some serious coaching (for the greatest communicator EVAH – that must have been a humbling experience).
    She was better this time around. Much less arm waving, much more combative (I’d say a massive increase in energy zero % on the Judith scale all the way up to about 50% of a Judith (a new debate wattage measure I just invented). But the problem was that she looked coached, whereas Judith was very natural and authentic.
    3) Cindy looked dishonest on the cannabis question.
    The refusal to take a position is bewildering. The excuse that she wants the people of NZ to decide is nonsensical, given that she’s prepared to express a view on the EoL question. Why care so deeply about what NZers want on one issue but not the other?
    4) Both were weak on the recovery plan.
    Neither party has anything for the economy. I find that deeply disturbing as all the ‘free stuff’ can’t be got if there isn’t a viable economy.
    5) Paddy Gower did a great job
    He kept the debate moving along. He made some missteps but he was less jarring than Campbell (and I thought Campbell was good). He like everyone else finds it hard to make sense of Covid Cindy’s babble.
    6) Most overused phrase – a tie between “If I may?? and “I’ll tell you what Paddy!”
    Both of them made this mistake. Cindy is still babbling on about “If I may?”. It’s a stupid mannerism and they should have coached her out of it. It makes her look officious and self-important. Collins way overdid the “I’ll tell you what Paddy”. I liked it the first time but thought she seemed a bit like an old woman for repeating it over and over.
    7) Alice Cooper didn’t show up this time.
    8) Collins rattles Ardern.
    There is an almost obsequieous mannerism about Ardern when she’s alongside Judith. She’s disconcertingly ingratiating when she tries to suggest that they think the same on things that clearly they don’t.
    9) Best hit landed
    About the wage subsidy for big employers having no strings attached. Any sane person thought it was going to turn out this way with big corporations taking the subsidy and then the second it ended retrenching everyone. Cindy’s “deny, deny, deny” approach looked weak and childish.
    10) Winner – Judith, but not by as big a margin as last time
    11) Most improved. Definitely Cindy – in 10 years time she might be competitive.

    Again, I thought Paddy was great.

    I could only face 5 minutes of the retarded Tova girl’s coffee club panel afterwards. They keep trundling Trish Sherson out as a conservative but you could have thrown a handkerchief over the diversity of political views of those lot – they were like sad little Stepford wife clones. And they showed a disconcerting level of TDS by group-thinking that any positive mention of Trump by Judith was a mistake (in effect supporting endless wars in the middle east).

    Jacinda does not look Prime Ministerial. She is far more 6th form prefectorial than anything else.

    I must go to Twitter now and see how the lunatic left Twitter trolls are trying to damage control another disastrous showing from Covid Cindy.

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    • Lol – the fellow that helped Andrew Little to be remembered forever as “Angry Andy” proves that my summation is correct. Neale Jones is on the fence but thinks “Jacinda got the better of Collins”.

      Which when you put it through Google ‘Jones bullshit’ translator comes out as “Jacinda was still a shitshow, better than last time, but that wouldn’t be hard to do”

      Looks like the next poll is going to be even closer, it’s true Labour’s vote must be imploding. People are looking at how weak Jacinda is, they’re listening to the insanity of the Greens and they’re recognising Labour/Greens is a package deal now – and that’s a big turn-off.

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    • I think the interesting thing is all the pundits on radio this morning saying it was a close debate, but Collins won it.
      The informal online polls last night-eg. the New Zealand Herald had Collins winning 65% to 35 % when last looked.
      Given the pundits vote is only as relevant as mine and each of those who voted online we need need to take more notice of the collective online.

      The other issue bought out by Hosking this morning, when talking to Collins, was the role that fear is having. Collins said it was really important and said Labour is playing on it starting with calling it a Covid election.
      About time this was put front and centre.

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      • As I said like last time, if my FB is anything to go by, Cindy didn’t win. I get so many Leftard posts in that feed that even if there was a smidgen of a win, they’d be crowing about it. That there’s silence means Cindy did not do well. Of course, it’s still only 9am but some of the Leftards are up and posting about other inane crap…that it is at least indicative of a Cindy loss.

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        • Update: according to the New Zealand Labour Party Facebook Page, Cindy “Nailed it”.

          However, one of Labour’s sycophants commented:

          “Great Job Labour all the way never realize media is so anti Labour didn’t realize it was so bad”

          Now, that’s a huge laugh. The Media is excessively pro-Labour. Even the host, white supremacist Gower, is heavily pro-Labour.

          Other sycophants hover around synonyms for being “nice” in the debate, e.g.

          “You were brilliant.
          Professional, Clear, Kind.
          …Manners.”

          And of course, the Labour party page is the sole entry into my feed that mentions the debate. None of the Leftards have promoted anything about the debate. So, it would seem that Leftards lost and even they know it.

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      • Disagree. I could have dealt with four more hours of that. I loved every delicious second of Jacinda’s obvious discomfort. After all, this is about the only time we are allowed to see her held to account and she was found hugely wanting. As Sean Plunkett said after the first one “Jacinda has been in witness protection in Parliament for three years, of course she was going to fail when Trevor wasn’t around to protect her”. Labour’s sexism by protecting their “poor little woman” in Parliament has come back to bite them. When there’s no Robbo, Winnie or Chippy to act all tanty-pants when Cindy gets asked a tough question – she folds.

        I wouldn’t be surprised if she pulls a “Biden” and an excuse is manufactured to cause the final one to be pulled.

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    • DP: “About the wage subsidy for big employers having no strings attached. Any sane person thought it was going to turn out this way with big corporations taking the subsidy and then the second it ended retrenching everyone.”

      Looks like the Labour party has scrubbed the internet of Robbo’s ‘come one come all’ initial wage subsidy announcement. Labour were criticised at the time of the announcement that any business that is 30% down could quickly receive the wage subsidy. Labour’s response was they preferred to make it easy for business to have the subsidy to save jobs and they were not concerned about the few who would take advantage of the lax rules.

      Labour left the barn door open and the horse bolted. Was it the horse’s fault?

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      • Exactly! And Judith called it out as such.

        Much hate will be visited upon Collins for being correct (again)

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        • I really have a problem with Labour scrubbing their policy mistakes from the internet. Out of sight our of mind is their motivation. Labour- not real.

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    • “The excuse that she wants the people of NZ to decide is nonsensical”

      Jacinda certainly didn’t wan the people of New Zealand to decide the result of the last Election.
      Otherwise Miss 36% would have conceeded and let National (who overwhelmingly won the Election) form a Government.

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    • Even more lol – the voice of middle NZ speaks on Judith mentioning Trump “She just lost the election”.

      vhttps://twitter.com/max_tweedie/status/1311212900980199424

      Max Tweedie the man behind the visionary stance of Auckland Pride to ban the police from joining the parade. Well if campaigner for Black Trans Lives says so – it must be the case. Surely this is a …. pause “individual” who is so connected into middle NZ that he can speak for the nation.

      The left are fucked!

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    • Very good summation DP, thank you.

      Meat free Mondays?
      Ardern, “For health reasons” “Nothing wrong with NZ’ers cutting back on meat”.
      Collins, “Eat New Zealand meat.

      Already experiencing the application of “health emergencies”
      So how far away the “sugar taxes” “fat taxes” “meat taxes” in the guise of “emergencies for health”

      Then at the same time expects the world will pay “premiums” for New Zealand meat.

      Does she know anything about marketing?
      Does she know just how much it costs to produce a kilo of meat?, a kilo of cheese? a kilo of butter? or even a kilo of any high end, up market product so that the price will cover the costs? let alone make a decent profit.

      Newshub Leaders Debate – Jacinda Ardern v Judith Collins | Decision 2020
      https://youtu.be/50FHR7h3k8A?t=4080
      1 : 08 : 00 The link will start exactly on that time marker.

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      • All Cindy knows is how to frown, have a sad face,
        wear a tea towel, lie, lie, lie, lie, lie, lie, lie,lie , lie, lie…….

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  9. A guy walks into a fast-food joint and gets a hamburger and some fries.
    After eating most of his hamburger, he realises that he needs to let loose a fart. Which would be fine for any normal person, but unfortunately this man had won the Guinness World’s Record for loudest farts.
    Happily for his situation, however, the music they’re playing is REALLY LOUD rock from the late 80s. So he starts letting loose, little fart after little fart, in time with the beat of the music. After about a minute, he’s let loose most of his gas…but he notices the patrons all staring at him.
    Then it hit him – he’d forgotten to take his earphones out, and had been listening to his own music the whole time!

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  10. My local National candidate has door knocked my house twice.
    Really nice guy and seems down to earth and common sense.
    The Labour MP has yet to be sighted- A contact tells me he is expecting a ‘comfortable’ victory.
    I think this arrogance is going to fucking bite Labour.

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    • Haven’t sighted our National candidate as yet (Christopher Luxon). Damien Smith (Act ) has been very visible. Despite turning out to be the odious twat he is, at least JLR used to knock on a lot of doors and was highly visible; even between elections.

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    • Fantastic article. Deeply disturbing. But sadly, not surprising.

      Thanks ATG – have now added tabletmag to my regular reading list.

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  11. Happy Election month all, hope you’re all doing well.
    Long time lurker but have been steering clear of social media, amazing how my productivity increased 😀
    Anyway off to swing signs for Chris Bishop this weekend, may see some of you there. If asked I will be telling him exactly what I am saying to all my friends. Will be voting for Chris Bishop, Party vote – ACT. The mongs in the Labia party are terrified, last leaders debate they dragged out Helen Clark, this time it was Mike Williams. 2 of the most despised people in politics(Winston Fucking Peters aside)

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    • A B S, I saw Mike Williams on the TV this morning ,he appears to be an actor that has been working on the star wars set that has escaped from the makeup department when they were 3/4 of the way through applying his WOOKIE face.
      The old saying” he’s got a face that only his Mother could love” has met it’s match with old Mikey….LOL.

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        • What is it with long past useby date old politicians, that get rolled out and propped up to sprout shit?
          Are they fronted to make the interviewer look good?
          They might aswell use a trained monkey on both sides of the mike!

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      • All the old Labour deadwood have auditioned for Weekend at Bernie’s 2 they are all naturals just born for the leading role. They are good at playing dead

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    • Good to hear from you ABS. Keep up the good work and hope you’ll dip in on YSB a bit more to say hi and give us your opinion.

      Gorgeous morning in the Waikato. Hope Wellington area does too.

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  12. Can I please apologise for my ignorance as my neighbor has just alerted me to a fact I had no idea about ,to be a female member of the Greens Caucus you must be a carpet munching lesbian, seriously I had no idea .????

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  13. On an unrelated note, Winston Peters best mate, lawyer, perrennial litigant and director of the New Zealand First Foundation is remarkably quiet on the issue of corruption and people charged in said Foundation for a person who normally has a ;lot to say.
    In the words of a remarkably unfunny NZ quasi comedian – Funny That!

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  14. Interesting that the Marxist chic is not interested in two mums being the deputy PM should there be a disaster on election night.

    My two cents worth – Judith put Skull in her place last night.

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      • Sooty raises a good point. Doesn’t the Green Party have a policy of alternating their Parliamentary Leader’s position between the male & female heads? If so Mad Marama will probably demand the Deputy Leader’s hat.

        I’m no wiser after a cursory search of the Green website.

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      • Shaw soiled his pants over the “green school” $12 million hand out.

        Go and sit at the back of the class.

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  15. Climate change to be declared an “emergency” from the debate.

    Paddy:- “Why have you not called this an emergency?”

    Ardern:- “There was a vote in Parliament on whether it was and National voted it down.
    It is an emergency. Everything we have done demonstrates that.

    Paddy:- “Why did you not declare it is a ‘state of emergency’? ”

    Ardern:- “have just said what happened in our Parliament.
    Emergency in real terms means stopping future off shore oil & gas exploration”

    Paddy:- “If you have the numbers, next time you get back into Parliament, yourself and with the greens, will you declare ‘the emergency’ “?

    Ardern:- “I will have no issue with that, at all!”

    Paddy:- “Is that a promise”?

    Ardern:- “Yes”

    Paddy:- “yeah OK”

    Newshub Leaders Debate – Jacinda Ardern v Judith Collins | Decision 2020
    https://youtu.be/50FHR7h3k8A?t=4285
    01 : 11 : 28 Starts on that time.

    So is it just the “future oil and gas exploration” being the emergency, or as put in Parliament, the ‘extinction rebellion’ version of ’emergency?
    After all it is the “er” version that was moved in Parliament.

    An open declaration, to be run by bureaucratic authoritarian control, in the name of Climate emergency.
    Not only demanded, under penalties of fines & gaol, but your resources commandeered and taken.
    Army, Police, and others can be martial-ed in to bring effect to their orders of regulations under law.

    Having experienced an “emergency” the good & the bad, who will pay the cost of it?
    Who will be ok in this declared “emergency”?
    Who will be affected the most in the declared “emergency”?

    Can New Zealand even afford another emergency?

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    • At least we’re not experiencing an influx of sexual emergencies like our unlucky European neighbours who bought into the (cough) migrant crisis which seems to have miraculously disappeared

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    • The purpose is the emergency POWERS .

      Ardernism is always about power and control, in order to cause harm to others.

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    • We cannot afford another emergency given the way the current Coalition chooses to toss cash randomly at issues they dream up as an alternative to actually having a plan.

      I am hoping for a stable and considered government. Spending restraint would be good. I am hopeful a far better proposition will emerge from the swamp post election. We must do better as a nation than what we have done in the last three years. A repeat of that, even without NZF, would be a recipe for long term pain.

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  16. Delusional as well. A better comparison is probably Biden.

    Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt hits out at critics
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12369466

    Invercargill Mayor Sir Tim Shadbolt believes his critics want him removed because he is like Donald Trump — someone who speaks out and “tells the truth”.

    “It’s the nature of the criticism that I find so irksome. My critics are claiming that I’m over 70 and therefore too old for the job.

    He went on to challenge the other councillors aged over 70 to a 100m sprint, a 50m swim and a lap of the ILT Stadium velodrome.

    “I believe the real reason they want to remove me from office is because my critics want to remove people like Donald Trump, Boris Johnson and Winston Peters and myself is because we are prepared to speak out and tell the truth about what is going on in their respective countries.”

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  17. Farmers natural guardians of biodiversity, new survey says
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/rural/2020/09/farmers-natural-guardians-of-biodiversity-new-survey-says.html

    The survey by AgResearch, AUT University, University of Canterbury, and the Catalyst Group, highlighted that many farmers associated a range of values and benefits with biodiversity on the farm, spanning social, environmental and economic themes.

    “Farmers get a bit of a bad rap over how they manage their land sometimes, from urbanites, or others who may not have a good window into rural lifestyles, and yet most farmers do an amazing job conserving biodiversity on their farms.

    “We should be grateful to them for the effort they put in to keep that element of biodiversity for all of society, but having said that there are some farmers of course who don’t manage that element of their farms very well.

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    • They could not help themselves with the last bit “but having said that there are some farmers of course who don’t manage that element of their farms very well.”

      Translated that means ” We tried hard with our survey to confirm that farmers are all bad with regard biodiversity etc. but we could not prove it, anyway we are sure there are some bad ones”

      Well I would say that there are bad lawyers, accountants, university lecturers, researchers etc. etc. –that is life and that is diversity.

      Also I would add that all you trough dwellers will be desperately urging the farmers to help the country in the future, to drag us out of the financial shit heap we are now in.

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          • Introduce vouchers or better still a ‘Benecard’* & watch the time limits fix themselves.

            * Benecard…..the no gambling, no smoking, no alcohol way of life.

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            • Introduce a ‘Pollycard’ for the tossers in Parliament.
              No smoking, no alcohol and no gambling with the
              lives of Kiwi’s.

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    • “Very early on, on January 21st, while the wealthy countries of North America and Europe dallied, Nicaragua declared a national epidemiological alert.”
      I guess that was what hard and early really means.

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  18. Trust Mike Hunty is keeping well, and soon to be free.
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    There are 12 new cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand today, all in managed isolation.
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    Director of Public Health Dr Caroline McElnay says all the new cases have been transferred to a dedicated quarantine facility.
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    There are no new cases in the community.
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    Dr McElnay says 10 of the cases came from India on 26 September on flight AI1354, they were sitting between rows 14 and 41, so spread out on their journey.
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    One case arrived from the US on 26 Sep and tested positive on day three, the other person came to New Zealand from Philippines via Taiwan.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/427335/watch-live-twelve-new-cases-of-covid-19-today-all-in-managed-isolation
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    So many “migrants” recent NZ citizens? seem to be flying in from far off parts.
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    ABS mentioned above about “sexual emergencies” are not coming to NZ, which it would seem that many ladies like, with their “welcome culture” advertizing. I am not so sure they are still not flowing in.
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    They want to keep that quiet, with commemorations of the censoring Christchurch Call, of the Christchurch massacre, so to celebrate the censorship by including laws for “hate speech”, as per Imam Gouda and Ardern.

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    • Has Covid Cindy given up her daily call for the plebs sympathy vote?
      Their polling must show it’s been turning off more than it’s been gaining.

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    • Im all good thanks. Have probably put on 3kg. The food is just continuous and bloody nice. So that means must have vino as well. Gym is closed, guts is expanding. Can go outside and walk around in circles but it feels too mecca like, so Ive started doing sittups.
      Did 3 today.

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  19. So Cindy is promising to interfere in pricing of privately owned businesses.

    Labour promises review into prices New Zealanders pay at supermarkets – ‘We want to make sure pricing is fair’
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/labour-promises-review-into-prices-new-zealanders-pay-supermarkets-we-want-make-sure-pricing-fair?auto=6196201501001

    Labour Leader Jacinda Ardern said her party would launch market studies that would “have the potential to help, by providing us the information we need to act” to bring prices down if needed.

    She said the studies would give answers over concerns that New Zealanders are paying more than they should for groceries.

    “Groceries are one of our most regular expenses, and buying or renovating a home is the biggest investment many of us will make in our lifetime, so we want to make sure pricing is fair,” Ardern said.

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    • Labour not content with kiwi fail in everything, they going to roll out Kiwi Supermarket and Kiwi Timber Supplies!
      Oh I know, they are going to use Shane Jones trees in the yard!
      The should just give up and give it to Phil and call the lot Kiwi Fail!

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    • Another review. Another study. Will amount to nothing. Purely electioneering.
      Ditch the bobble-headed bitch.

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    • Why didn’t the lying bitch do this ‘study’ when her
      illegal lockdown was happening?
      Cuntdown and Stack’n’Slave should have been
      under the blowtorch. More lies, more empty rhetoric.
      I’m over the filthy slag.

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  20. TSB Bank, have sold off their real estate branches.
    What are they in trouble?
    Bayleys have bought them apparently and announced it!
    Strange nothing from the bank! You would think they would long ago!

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      • Yer, but they advertise as the bank for taranki people and have a cutesy we are local and give thousands to sports etc image!
        Silence is deafining!

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        • Nothing will change mate. Its actually good business practice selling the properties and then renting them back. Its quite common. I dont know much about TSB but Ive only ever heard good things about them.

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  21. Twitter suspends Hungarian government’s account ‘without warning’: PM spokesman warns ‘The new world has finally arrived.. tech giants are silencing those with different opinions’

    Nationalist PM Viktor Orban’s official cabinet Twitter account was shutdown
    After several hours it was restored, Budapest said, with no explanation offered
    It comes after Twitter waded into political rows involving Donald Trump
    Orban’s spokesman said it was part of a Silicon Valley crackdown on opinion

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8789291/Twitter-suspends-Hungarian-governments-account-without-warning.html

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  22. The NZ Herald poll on the debate last night had just under 59,000 votes. 59% said Collins. 35% said Ardern. Most of the “pundits” said a tie or Collins just ahead.
    I guess that says the pundits are as out of touch as most within the beltway.

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  23. Four year parliamentary term? That extra year is a long time if you dislike whoever is in power, and how much more damaging policies can the left manage to pass with an extra year? Last night during the leaders debate Judith and Cindy endorsed implementing a four year term.

    NZ First supports a four-year Parliament term, if it has public’s backing

    New Zealand First says it supports implementing a four-year Parliamentary term – if the change has public backing.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/nz-first-supports-four-year-parliament-term-if-has-publics-backing

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  24. It’s borrowed money honey.

    Judith Collins defends National’s idea to spend COVID-19 fund, laughs at typo in Labour’s financial plan
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/10/judith-collins-defends-national-s-idea-to-spend-covid-19-fund-laughs-at-typo-in-labour-s-financial-plan.html

    National announced last month it would give income tax cuts over a 16-month period at a cost of $4.7 billion if elected, which would be funded out of the $14 billion the Government set aside in case of another COVID-19 outbreak.

    The plan riled Labour leader Jacinda Ardern, who said at the time, “They are raiding that for tax cuts and that’s just not right and it is not the actions of a responsible party, let alone a responsible economic manager.”

    Collins is defending the decision, describing the COVID-19 fund as nothing more than money that needs to be paid back, and that Labour has put a label on it to make it seem special.

    “There’s nothing special about it other than that my son’s generation and his children will have to pay it back,” Collins added. “Under us we wouldn’t be letting COVID run riot in the country.”

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  25. National pledge to build $300 million marine dry dock in Whangārei that will create 600 jobs
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/national-pledge-build-300-million-marine-dry-dock-in-whang-rei-create-600-jobs

    Judith Collins made the announcement in Whangārei today, alongside Whangārei MP Dr Shane Reti and Northland MP Matt King.

    “National is the party of infrastructure. We know how to deliver quality infrastructure which will lay the bedrock for improvements to our long-term productivity and economic capacity,” Collins said.

    “We need to grow ourselves out of this economic crisis. This project will create jobs and generate export revenue.”

    National said they would seek capital from the private sector to invest in the project as well as tapping into the National Infrastructure Bank.

    “It is estimated to create 400 high paying permanent jobs and an extra 200 jobs during the two to three year construction period,” Reti said.

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  26. “Well Inspector. Empty pill bottle, bath full of water & wrists slashed. Obvious suicide.”

    “Sorry Detective. Murder. How long have you been on the force?”

    “Six years Sir. ”

    “Well I’ve been on the force for thirty two years & I’ve never seen a Muslim in a bath yet.”

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  27. Judith Collins laughed at the $140 billion typo in Labour’s financial plan.

    Grant Robertson explains $140 billion typo in Labour Party’s fiscal plan
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/grant-robertson-explains-140-billion-typo-in-labour-partys-fiscal-plan?auto=6196265228001

    Labour’s economic plan, released earlier today showed the wrong unit used in the axis of a graph with debt projections for 2025-26.

    The graph should have shown a percentage but used a dollar figure instead, indicating the plan showed about $56 billion of debt in the 2025-26 period when in reality it projects to be at least $200 billion.

    Grant Robertson today fronted media today denying the error affected Labour’s economic credibility.

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  28. U.S.

    CIA Director Gina Haspel Is Blocking Declassification Of Remaining Russigate Documents

    Notably, Haspel was previously the London CIA station chief under former CIA director John Brennan during the 2016 election. “Recall it was London where Christopher Steele was doing all this work,” Davis said, noting Haspel was the “main link” between Washington and London at the time. Haspel was hand-picked by former CIA director John Brennan to run the CIA’s operations in London, where she served as the spy agency’s bureau chief from 2014 through early 2017.

    https://thefederalist.com/2020/09/30/davis-cia-director-gina-haspel-is-blocking-declassification-of-remaining-russigate-documents/

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  29. Judith going after NZ First voters, seniors

    Seniors SuperGold card to be enhanced under a National Government

    National leader Judith Collins has promised to safeguard and enhance the SuperGold card, currently available for senior citizens to receive discounts, if her party is voted in.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/seniors-supergold-card-enhanced-under-national-government

    “As well as our commitment to the SuperGold Card, National’s tax cuts will deliver an extra $1000 for couples receiving the National Super. We will also maintain the Winter Energy Payment.”

    “The SuperGold card provides discounts for seniors to enjoy restaurants and cafes across the country. Coupled with our tax stimulus, we will encourage people to get out and support the hospitality sector to recover from the economic crisis.

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  30. WG earlier referred to National’s proposal to build a drydock in Whangarei. From TV1’s report:

    ……”It is estimated to create 400 high paying permanent jobs and an extra 200 jobs during the two to three year construction period”…….

    AND

    ……”A key part of National’s plan to deal with the current economic and jobs crisis is to deliver world-class infrastructure that grows our economy and to gets Kiwis back to work”…….

    Which is laudable but I wonder where these qualified tradesmen & engineers will come from. Northland is Maori & Maori have such a casual attitude to education & training in useful trades that it is inevitable that the companies building & running the project will be screaming for a future administration to allow suitably qualified people to be accepted as immigrants.

    So more strain on a hopeless housing situation & little to alleviate local unemployment. I commend National for their initiative but I seriously suggest that we’re so far down the track to third world status that nothing will save us.

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    • Finding qualified workforce – one of many problems NZ needs to rebuild from the cot case Ardern has turned us into.

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        • Clark’s “knowledge wave” where she encouraged all school leavers to go to university.

          So who was supposed to do the ‘unskilled’ work? Instead plenty got through a few years at uni then ended up in dead end jobs with low income while they had huge education loans to pay off. Typical lefty bullshit.

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    • Maori are clever and won’t work if they are paid not to.

      Maori women are good workers, but why bother if you will be paid to farm babies.

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  31. When you need to wake up the dozy buggers, a hard hitting truth bomb can rattle the cage.
    Poor widdle scum media have to address it. HAhahahahahahahahah.

    Trump Battered Biden So Bad Last Night That CNN’s John King Forced to Admit Hunter Biden a ‘Swamp Creature Using His Family Name to Make Money Around the World’ (VIDEO)

    President Trump absolutely stunned Joe Biden during last night’s debate when he brought up his crackhead son Hunter Biden.

    Biden’s jaw dropped when Trump asked why Hunter Biden received a $3.5 million wire from the mayor of Moscow’s wife.

    “China ate your lunch, Joe!” Trump said. “And no wonder, your son goes in and he takes out billions of dollars to manage — he makes millions of dollars.”

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/09/cnns-john-king-calls-hunter-biden-swamp-creature-using-family-name-make-money-around-world-video/

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